[Ann Gilrye Muir] Mother
You say you have not heard anything of Dan for a long time. I hear occasionally he expects to make me a visit before long. His family are well and his little Boys foot is nearly as well as the otherI close now with kindest regards to you and family and all the other friends around youAffectionatelyMotherPortage October 24th 1894Dear John:Your very valuable book has reached me safely. I thank you much for all your great kindness in remembering me with so many tokens of your own labors of love. I will have much pleasure in studying your books during the winter that is just beginning.01861[in margin: 559]
Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.
Reel 08, Image 0461
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